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Social studies education

Enhance your social studies education with these engaging ideas. Explore innovative teaching methods and resources to make learning social studies fun and interactive.
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Learn how to use social studies stations in the Middle & High School classroom to increase student engagement. Includes link for a free station activity!

Paige Engelson
These ideas are all great for increasing student engagement and learning in my classroom for 2023! Social Studies Projects Middle School, Teaching Social Studies Elementary, High School Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities Middle School, 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Education, Social Studies Resources, Social Studies Teacher, Teaching History

Teaching social studies is more of a challenge than ever before. Here are 5 key trends for 2023 to help your teaching be less stressful and more impactful for your students.

Aimee La Dow
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Update your Social Studies classroom decor cheaply and easily with fun and useful decor. Make your classroom fun and inviting for students.

Allison Anderson
Thoughtful Social Studies: What Are You Asking? Essay Writing Skills, English Writing Skills, Study Skills, Teaching Writing, Academic Writing, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching English, Writing Tips

It’s not Duck Season! It’s not Wabbit Season! It’s almost Testing Season! The time of year when schedules get crazy and your pacing goes out the window! One of my least favorite things about testing season is the post-game talk of the students. After the test is over, despite the fact that they swear that they won’t talk about it, they of course DO talk about it. So they come in my class after a three-hour testing block and the kids start talking about the test. And invariably, some kid will…

Matthew Phelan